A FORMER leading councillor convicted of assaulting a neighbour in an apparent row over bullying among their children has begun a bid to clear her name.
A COOK at a County Durham hospice celebrating its 20th year has prepared a fair few meals since she started work in the summer of 1995.
Water firm United Utilities faces a compensation bill of at least £15 million to Lancashire households affected by the outbreak of a parasitic bug in supplies.
FIREFIGHTERS were put through paces at their new state-of-art training centre today (Thursday, September 3).
Government plans to slash subsidies for solar panels on homes could cost more than 20,000 jobs, green campaigners have claimed.
A SPECIALIST unit tackling online grooming is reminding parents to ensure their children remain safe.
BUTCHERS from around the region have been invited to take part in this year’s Great Yorkshire Pork Pie, Sausage and Black Pudding Competition.
AN artist and author is to shed light on the work of pit painters such as Norman Cornish at a guest talk being hosted by a North-East university.
Pedro insists his decision to turn down Manchester United and sign for Chelsea last month had nothing to do with not wanting to work under Louis van Gaal.